OFFERING A $5000 SIGN ON BONUS
The Clinical Nurse Manager provides direction and supervision of nursing services for the Family Practice, Adult Med, Women's Health and Pediatrics Department. The Clinical Nurse Manager manages the day-to-day functions of the nursing and clinical support staff at Daniel Driscoll-Neponset Health Center. Duties include but are not limited to: direct supervision of nursing and clinical support staff, budget development and management, development and implementation of processes in accordance with The Joint Commission (TJC), the Dept. of Public Health (DPH) and OSHA compliance standards, development and implementation of quality assurance program, scheduling of staff, triage; access; case management; and nursing support of clinical sessions; managing provider schedules; management and development of nursing and medical assisting staff. Essential Functions: •Coordinates the day-to-day flow of patient care within departments.
•In collaboration with Director of Nursing, Practice Manager and the Site
Medical Director. recommends, implements and problem solves activities
regarding department operational issues.
•Supervises develops and directs departmental Registered Nurses, Licensed
Practical Nurses, Medical Assistants and related support staff.
•Assists with hiring, orienting, evaluating and disciplining appropriate staff,
responsible for scheduling of all clinical and support staff.
•Develops and implements systems for stocking, reordering, storage and
maintenance of department supplies, medications and equipment, per HHSI policy.
Assists in review and development of patient education materials.
•Assists in development of departmental visit and personnel budget. Manages
personnel budget including payroll variance report.
•Maintains ongoing relationships with outside organizations (i.e. ABCD, Avon,
etc.), which support departmental initiatives.
•Monitors grant expenditures as appropriate. •Facilitates strategic plan goals as appropriate.
•Develops, implements and monitors an infection control program in compliance
with Dept. of Public Health, The Joint Commission and other pertinent
•Develops and implements department QI plan that meets Dept. of Public Health,
The Joint Commission and other regulatory agency requirements. •16-20 hours of clinical time per week is required.
Minimum Qualifications: Current MA Registered Nurse (RN) license, three years of experience in clinical nursing with one year of supervisory experience, ambulatory nursing experience preferred.
Preferred Skills, Experience and Education: Intermediate Computer skills, excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, case management experience.
Harbor Health is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/V/D
$2500 on start date and $2500 at 90 days. Additional Application Instructions
Please apply online at URL provided. For more information, please call 617-533-2342.